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Escue Nickel before she goes too far'Judge's eye catching illustrations are a joy' Irish Independen. This book is very different to Judges other work and I uite liked its uniueness I think it portrays the lesson that you shouldn t take your eyes off the kids for one minute Love illustrations which allowed the reader to be welcomed into the robotic world Essential Juices and Smoothies illustrations are a joy' Irish Independen. This book Buttermilk Graffiti is very different to Judges other work and I uite liked Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink its uniueness I think Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras it portrays the lesson that you shouldn t take your eyes off the kids for one minute Love Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable illustrations which allowed the reader to be welcomed No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) into the robotic world

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Tin is looking after his little sister Nickel one afternoon when she grabs hold of a balloon and fl. I could see this being used a lot of ways movement siblings transportation and robots of course Somos chicos de menta (Tomo 5) is looking after his little sister Nickel one afternoon when she grabs hold of a balloon and fl. I could see this being used a lot of ways movement siblings transportation and robots of course

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Oats away Tin and his dog Zinc set off in hot pursuit as she floats towards the big city Can they r. There are pictures for this review here and one day I promise I ll be able to wrangle images on Goodreads but today is not that dayA book which give me good endpapers is basically my literary euivalent of You had me at hello Good endpapers are a mark of clever work work that revels in the nature of what it is and knows how to fully utilise that space I mean picture books are books that perhaps than most have space to play in You can do so much here So muchTiN by Chris Judge gives that It s subtle work as all the good stuff is but it s rather lovely In the opening endpapers you can see a close up detail of this this lovely clean landscape reminiscent of something from a colouring in bookFor me there s something about that outline that is very universal It is something we recognize because we ve all done it We ve all drawn triangle boats We ve all drawn triangle trees and curly waves That simple almost flattening of perspective is something very global to me So in a way I almost read past this image because I ve seen it already and I am comfortable with it I know how to read this image and I love the uiet subtle placement of the spaceships the way they blend in and almost take advantage of that familiarityBut spaceships aside ha there s something about this image that makes me pause and it s all about that bright red balloon racing off to the sky There s something universal to that again but look at how the moment s constructed The balloon is coming from the heart of the book right from the spin and it s leading us to a page turn That balloon is begging us to turn the pageIt s laden with cues the bright contrast of colour the red on blue and white and the way that every child everywhere since the dawn of time knows what it s like to lose a balloon There are images in this world which encapsulate story Which are story really and this is one and it is brilliantBecause it tells you everything somebody has lost their balloon And that balloon is going to be influential in what s to comeAnd it does Tin is asked to look after his younger sister Nickel and it s not long before Nickel s suddenly up a tree and reaching out for that very same red balloon She floats away and Tin has to go and bring her back With the aid of his dog Zinc the two of them go as fast as they can to catch up to Nickel who is moments from being carried off into the big cityEveryone s a robot btw did I mention that I suspect I didn t It s ace Gives a lovely freshness and novelty to the tale Anyway enough of these parentheses Carry onI had a few issues with the big double page spreads that come later in the book They re a little bit confusing at first glance and I imagine could prove slightly intimidatory to the nervous readers They are beautiful beautiful things but there s a lot going on in them It s a little Where s Wally at times which is no bad thing it s just something to note If you re reading these with somebody who is nervous do take your time It s worthwhile letting yourself dwell on the loveliness of these images the Jetsons esue styling and the tiny little narratives happening in nearly every breath on the page Those colours Those shapesSo after the necessary hijinks involving a parade of animals figure four and Nickel landing on the back of a long necked giraffe and Tin and Zinc hitching a ride on the back of a large grey elephant there is a final dash through a safari park until eventually Nickel is rescued by a safari ranger and they can all return home Rather gloriously Nickel is rewarded with a yellow balloon which well take a lookThis is such a lovely book It s just lovely how it revels in its space and is so resolutely vivid and joyful Many thanks to Andersen for letting me have a look at it I really love what they do with their picture books and it s a pleasure to be able to wallow in them

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  • TiN author Chris Judge
  • Chris Judge
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  • 04 March 2019
  • 9781783440405

About the Author: Chris Judge

Chris Judge is the author illustrator of The Lonely Beast The Brave Beast and The Snow Beast and the illustrator of the Danger Is Everywhere series by David O’Doherty Chris Judge lives in Dublin



10 thoughts on “TiN author Chris Judge

  1. says:

    These robots aren't robotic enough Drawing them like machines and giving them metallic names is not satisfactory enough for true robot fanatics and boy howdy they are out there They even had human snacks at the end The story could be told the same way with snakes hummingbirds or clipboards I'm telling ya you put

  2. says:

    When the robot like character Tin is left in charge of his little sister Nickel he finds that the job is far challenging that he had first anticipated Holding onto a passing red balloon cleverly introduced in the initial endpaper Nickel is swept away across her robot run landscape and it is for Tin to save her before Mum gets back There is li

  3. says:

    I could see this being used a lot of ways movement siblings transportation and robots of course

  4. says:

    Not sure if the kids will catch all of the metals jokes but overall very cute

  5. says:

    A funny story about a brother being put in charge of his sister Reminded me a lot of my own childhood and the ending where they tell the mum everything was ‘just fine’

  6. says:

    There are pictures for this review here and one day I promise I'll be able to wrangle images on Goodreads but today is not that dayA book which

  7. says:

    This book is very different to Judges other work and I uite liked its uniueness I think it portrays the lesson that you shouldn’t take your eyes off the kids for one minute Love illustrations which allowed the reader to be welcomed into the robotic world

  8. says:

    Tin is asked to babysit for his younger sister Nickel Everything is fine until she floats away on the end of her balloon Tin chases after her on his bicycle which is very hard work He grabs her but they both float away until pop They fall into a parade of animals heading for a safari park Tin catches up with his sister finally and gets her home before Mom notices they have disappearedThe illustrations are very

  9. says:

    Tin is a young robot who is asked to look after his younger sister Nickel Of course he would rather read his com

  10. says:

    When Tin is left in charge of his little sister Nickel he thinks he can relax as she plays Unfortunately for Tin N

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